Empowering Employees Through Workday Learning
We held a live Webinar for this Functional Overview on July 28, 2022. This session included a question and answer session, as well as an overview of many of the resources on this page.
You can watch the full webinar session by clicking the button below, or you can explore the resources on this page to get a brief overview of what was covered.
What is Workday Learning?
Employees will use Workday Learning to explore and enroll in content. Course owners will use Workday Learning to upload and manage courses, track completion and engage with employees through learning campaigns.
Workday Learning will be your “one-stop-shop” for employee development and compliance training and tracking.
Content creation will happen outside of Workday Learning through tools such as Camtasia, Articulate, PowerPoint, etc. Completed content will be uploaded or connected to the system.
Workday Learning will integrate with:
- ELMS-Canvas or Open Learning
- LinkedIn Learning
- CITI Program (Research compliance)
- BioRAFT (Safety training)
Key Benefits of Workday Learning:
- Workday Learning delivers internal training to employees across entities.
- One catalog includes all tenant partners (UMCP, UMES, UMCES, USMO).
- External training and certification data can be documented in Workday’s Career tab.
- Learner transcript and learning paths encourage shared responsibility for success.
- Easier access and management of training, all in one place!
The Learner's Experience in Workday Learning
The Manager's Perspective in Workday:
Featured Glossary Terms
A Learning Course that is offered with an in-person (or virtual) instructor-led component, compared to Digital Course (that is digital only with no instructor portion).
A Learning Course that is offered on-demand (i.e., enrollment is not required) and does not require a scheduled offering or an instructor. Courses enable several lessons to be combined into one learning package.
The process of signing up for a Learning course. Enrollments can be processed by employees via self-service, by Managers, or by Unit Initiators.
A functionality that pushes content (such as a learning course or survey) to a group or identified audience. Campaigns may be required or not required. Initial launches of a campaign can be followed by subsequent launches depending on triggers and timing set up when creating a campaign.